I'm hoping someone can help I have tried to download cds onto my samsung camera to no avail. i have a mac at home which I thought should be compatible but when ever I try to save tracks to the camera nothing happens. i have tried using a pc, I made a file in removable disc 'mp3'but this still didn't work. Do i need to use the disc which comes with the camera? Though In the booklet it doesnt say I need to with the mac. The mac is an Imac G4 700mhz OS 10.3
This probably doesn't make much sense at all.
heres hoping someone can help.
Could be that the camera is locked or somehow isn't in a disk mode. Try right clicking on the camera volume and selecting "get info". If the permissions aren't set to read/write or the volume is locked, try changing these things around. Might help.
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If you don't have the CD with intelli-studio, you could try some free software like Photoshop Express, Ulead, Gimp, BeFunkey, Perhaps these packages also can download pictures from your camera.
Most drivers your computer needs, are in the modern operating systems. Only when you have Win 2000 or elder, you need drivers from the CD. Perhaps some elder MACs need drivers too from the CD that came with the camera.
This camera use the same mini - usb cable as other cameras per their website --
Plus Mac drivers and cable can be found on this site -- Ray
From Owner's Manual (May vary from country to country)
C-3000 Zoom Digital Camera
Infrared Remote Control
Mini-Stereo to A/V Cable
LC-41 Lens Cap
Instruction Manuals, Camera and Remote Control
CR-V3 lithium battery packs (2)
Software provided on CD
SmartMedia card (8MB, including labels, storage case, and write-protect seals)
Fuji's own software is called FinePix viewer. You can download the version for your mac from their support page here You should also be able to just take the card out of the camera and connect it to your mac via usb cable and then just import or copy the images onto your hard drive. Hope that helps
Probably the easiest way to do this is to download itunes and then import CDs onto itunes and then plug in the ipod and once it comes up unedr devices you can you the music tab to control what music you want to put onto the ipod. Hope this helps
Sometimes CD drives (especially laptop drives) will have problems reading certain CDs, and it usually causes the computer to freeze for ages while it tries to read it. Eventually it should give an error message saying it can't read the CD, but you'd have to wait a very long time for this.
Try the CD in a different computer. If it works ok there, I'd copy the contents onto a memory stick and use that to install it onto the computer.